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Behavioral Health Clinician (LCSW, CSWA, LMFT or LPC), Happy Valley Sunnyside or Beaverton, OR

Organization: Metropolitan Pediatrics
Category: Behavioral Health Professional
Location: Happy Valley Sunnyside or Beaverton, OR
Date Job Posted: July 15, 2021
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Behavioral Health Clinician (LCSW, CSWA, LMFT or LPC)

Job Details

Level Experienced
Job Location Happy Valley Sunnyside - Happy Valley, OR or Beaverton, OR
Remote Type N/A
Position Type Full-Time/Part-Time
Education Level Graduate Degree


Accepting applicants interested in either full time or part time work.

The Behavioral Health Clinician is a member of the Metropolitan Pediatrics clinic staff working in tandem with the clinic Medical Home care team. This critical role has diverse responsibilities which may include:

  • Act as a member of a robust multidisciplinary team to provide crisis intervention, brief therapy, case consultation, resource connection, care coordination, and program development.
  • Provide support for patient procedural distress.
  • Identify and assess behavioral health needs as part of a multidisciplinary primary care team, billing appropriately for services rendered.
  • Engage and activate patients and families in their care.
  • Work collaboratively as a primary care team member both preventatively and to meet acute patient needs, providing ongoing support as needed.
  • Ability to quickly build rapport, assess patient needs and provide brief clinical interventions.
  • Help observe and improve care team function and relationships via ongoing professional education, collaboration, and contribution.
  • Communicate effectively with other providers, staff, and patients.
  • Provide efficient and evidence-based care that meets the needs of our primary care population.
  • Provide culturally responsive, whole person, and family-oriented care.
  • Understand, value, and adapt to the diverse professional cultures of an integrated care team.
  • Provide timely behavioral health care coordination through direct contact with patients, their families, and community partners.
  • Provide patient, parent and team education and community outreach.
  • Contribute to ongoing program development and outcome research.
  • Assist in practice improvement efforts through participation in committees and provider meetings.


Qualifications for this position include:

  • Current licensure as a Clinical Social Worker Associate, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Oregon.
  • 1-3 years experience in a clinical setting required with a preference for integrative care environments. Transferrable experience considered.
  • Knowledge and understanding of community resources and effectively accessing them.
  • Understanding of and experience working with Patient Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) standards preferred.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office required.
  • Experience with electronic medical record use required; preference for experience using Epic.
  • Experience with interpretation of a variety of patient population reports.
  • Salary determination dependent on experience.

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